Thesaurus / safes
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


The gold, packed in an iron-bound box, was securely lodged in safes locked with patent Chubbs.

They experienced much difficulty, though, in blowing open the safes.

True Detective StoriesCleveland Moffett

As far as safes are concerned and as far as listening devices are concerned?

Warren Commission (4 of 26): Hearings Vol. IV (of 15)The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy

But my father told me that there are safes much, much larger and stronger than this which are opened by very small keys.

Jessica, the HeiressEvelyn Raymond

Aye, and they would deceive God about their dividends if he couldn't see into their safes.

The ChristianHall Caine

The roof had fallen in, there were burglars downstairs, the safes had been blown open.

Incredible AdventuresAlgernon Blackwood

Most exhaustive searches failed to reveal any traces of the safes anywhere.

The Einstein See-SawMiles John Breuer

He never used puff (nitro-glycerine), but with a few tools opened the safes artistically.

There are two safes in the outer room of the bank—I should say that Mr. Neale here knows everything that is in them.

But Mr. Parsons did not despond; he knew that owners of safes generally keep the key upon their persons.